Discover the art works of impressionist painters
in 1853 to shelter the Tuileries orange trees, the museum is chosen in 1920 by
Claude Monet to welcome its Nymphéas. This is the permanent home of Monet's
Water Lilies murals. These formidable multiple murals surround visitors as they
appreciate this impressionistic art from every angle.
It was then transformed in the 60's to receive the Walter-Guillaume collection. The museum houses an important collection of impressionist and post-impressionist art works, painters as Monet of course, but also Paul Cézanne, Henri Matisse, Picasso, Paul Gauguin… You can then continue your visit towards the place de la Concorde, the biggest Parisian square or the Tuileries gardens, from which your guide will tell you the history. The Place de la Concorde, is a major public square in Paris, with so much history and is between the Tuileries Garden and the beginning of the Champs Elysees.